Ennead Profile Series 4- Boxset

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SpecificationsSKU: 90234DSize: 7.5 x 9.25″ Pages: 344pp Binding: Boxset/slipcased/casebound Publication Date: January 2012 ISBN: 978-0-98220924-5-6 World Rights: Available

“This is one set in a series of books, each of which tells the story of a single building. It is our hope that as these books accumulate alongside our body of work, they, in their aggregate, will form a profile of our design intentions.” Acting as a “profile” of a building as well as contributing to the “profile” of Ennead Architects, the books in the Profile Series employ initial program studies, schematic sketches, early two- and three-dimensional study models, construction shots, final photography and a personal statement by the designer to present an intimate, insider’s view of the firm’s unique approach to every project and to document the creative process. Finished photography combines the precision and technical virtuosity of classic architectural photography with lyrical and personal interpretations of the building, its context, and the people who use it.

Parallel to the architecture story is a guest “essay,” which illuminates an aspect of the building’s client, program or site that informed the design. Guest essays have included poems, speeches and essays by a variety of people including significant personalities involved on the client-side or people whose reflections somehow enhance the understanding of the project.

Profile Series 4:
Frank Sinatra School for the Arts
Standard Hotel
Penn State Dickinson School of Law
Newseum

In June 2010, the partners of Polshek Partnership changed the name of their firm to Ennead Architects. Known for powerful building designs for cultural, educational, scientific and not-for-profit institutions, Ennead Architects is a 150-person New York City firm. Projects have been published internationally and recognized with numerous awards for design excellence. The firm’s research-based design process sponsors the creation of signature building designs that are expressive of an institution’s philosophy and vision and address each project’s unique programmatic, technical, aesthetic and environmental issues.

Size

7.5 x 9.25"

Pages

344pp

Binding

Boxset/slipcased/casebound

Publication date

January 2012

ISBN

978-0-98220924-5-6

World rights